His first TV role was in the final episode of Sex & the City on HBO. Played Julius Rice in Public Enemies, on location for several months in the mid western U.S. Wrote and starred in Joy Division, a short film that debuted nationally at the Nantucket Film Festival. Randy's from Chicago, IL. At 12 years old, he moved to rural Luray, TN to live and work on his Uncle's farm, then joined the military at 17 years old, serving in the XVIII Airborne Corps, Ft. Bragg, NC.
Shani Salyers Stiles
Shani is an American actor, writer and mother. Born in the Midwest, she began her acting career in Indiana playing roles from basketball mom to domestically abused wife and mother, as well as Lead Medical Examiner, in both film and television productions. Classically trained in theater at Indiana University, Shani continues her ongoing education by attending workshops and seminars lead by industry professionals in her pursuit of learning the business of acting.
John D. Carver
John is an actor based out of Indiana. An accomplished stage performer, John eventually found his way to film where he has appeared in several features and numerous short film and commercials.
Noah McCarty-Slaughter is an American actor born in Chicago, IL. Noah's first film performance was in the short "Leah, Not Leia" at 10 years old. Noah's been seen in a number of shorts and feature films including the upcoming "Market Value", "Wig'd Out", and "The Things We've Seen". Noah has also enjoyed success in numerous stage productions, music videos, and commercials.
Actor Jordon Hodges, best-known for playing Noah Daly in the award-winning Sand Castles (2014), was born in Goshen, Indiana on March 2, 1987. Jordon's interest in acting came while studying Fine Arts at Indiana University of South Bend (IUSB). During his sophomore year he enrolled in 'Acting I: Fundamentals of Acting' as it was the only class that would fit his schedule to remain a full-time student and still receive financial aid. His first audition experience was a class requirement for a local play; he booked the role. After the run of the play he dropped out of college to train as an actor in Chicago. He landed his first feature role in the indie college comedy Fraternity House(2008).
Jarrett Maier is an actor whose interest in the performing arts began during his freshman year in high school where he took part in school productions. Attending camps and workshops to develop his craft, his first film debut came when he was cast in the short, Your Ever After (2015). Since, he has extended his craft starring in feature productions as well as television.